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A Lagonda Taraf is currently for sale

It's one of the few examples that were delivered in Europe, it's barely been driven and it could be yours for a 7 figure sum!

17w ago
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The Lagonda Taraf (Taraf meaning "ultimate luxury" in Arabic) is one of the world's oddest and most exclusive luxury saloons. Primarily designed for the Middle Eastern market, it signalled the return of Aston Martin's famed Lagonda brand after an absence of multiple decades. Whilst the majority of the 120 Tarafs built did end up in its intended market of the oil-rich Middle East, it was sold globally and a select few examples did end up in Europe and North America. One of the very few that did get sold in Europe is now up for sale and, if your pockets are deep enough, you could buy it!

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Image: Amian Exclusive Cars/AutoScout24

This 2018 Lagonda Taraf is being sold by Amian Exclusive Cars in Cologne, Germany and it's in a fairly fetching metallic green colour. It's only had one previous owner and it's only covered 5,150 km since it was new, meaning that it's barely broken in! As you'd expect from a single-owner car that's barely even been driven, the inside and outside of this limited production luxobarge are both absolutely immaculate.

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Image: Amian Exclusive Cars/AutoScout24

As you'd expect from a very expensive luxury car from the late 2010s, the amount of equipment that it's listed as having is almost endless. Pretty much everything is electrically adjustable, it has an electric tailgate and the interior boasts a full infotainment system. It also has a suitably luxurious powerplant courtesy of Aston Martin's own 6.0-litre V12, which puts out 560 hp and 630 Nm of torque. This is enough to propel you from 0-62 mph in 4.4 seconds and onto a maximum speed of 195 mph.

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Image: Amian Exclusive Cars/AutoScout24

So, how much is Amian Exclusive Cars asking for this ultra-luxurious, ultra-exclusive saloon? You'll need to cough up 1 million Euros. Whilst that sounds incredibly steep for a used luxury car, that is around the price they retailed for new. If you're into buying cars for investment purposes, you might actually want to take a punt on Aston Martin's most recent oddity. You never know, it might be worth two or three times as much in 5-10 years!

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Comments (3)

  • I cant believe the poll is actually tied

      4 months ago
  • It was made for my ancestral market. I certainly would if I had the cash!

      3 months ago
  • Yes I would definitely. I like this over any Bentley or rolls or maybach etc

      4 months ago
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